Richard Bloomer is self-publishing a book with Outskirts Press. And he wants your help deciding his book cover.
Reading, writing, spelling and learning problems are the major life time focus of Dr. Richard H. Bloomer Ed.D., Educator, Neuropsychologist. An Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology from University of Connecticut, he has labored for over half a century to apply scientific neuropsychological principles to assist youngsters to learn to read, and spell, and to develop prescriptive treatments for those with unique learning and attention problems.
Beyond developing successful classroom reading teaching programs for beginning learners, Professor Bloomer has developed focused neuropsychological assessment tools which probe deeply and pinpoint difficulties in children’s learning processes. Based on this unique information, he has developed specific neuropsychological prescriptive techniques, based upon the individual child’s skills, for resolving those learning and attention disabilities effecting an individual child’s school progress.
Dr. Bloomer’s scholarly interests include Learning Disabilities, Hyperekplexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and William’s syndrome. His Vita marks extensive work in the neuroanatomy of reading and learning, the evolution of the nervous system, neuroanatomy of emotions, the color vision system, vascular disorders and the structure and functions of the cerebellum, and the theory of neurocognitive measurement.
About the Author
Professor Bloomer has taught courses in Psychology of Learning, School Psychology, Measurement and Evaluation, and Reading Methods, for thirty nine years; at the University of Wichita; the State University of New York at Geneseo; the George Washington University; and The University of Connecticut; where he was Director of School Psychology and Director of Internship Training at the A. J. Pappanikou Center for Rehabilitation and Special Education.
Beyond his Doctorate in Educational Psychology and Measurement from the University of Southern California, Dr. Bloomer also holds a Post Doctoral Certificate in Neuropsychology from the Fielding Institute, and a Post Doctoral Masters degree in Clinical Psychopharmacology form the Massachusetts School of Psychological Practice. Dr. Bloomer is Board Certified in Psychological Services by the American College of Forensic Examiners, (ABPS), and a Fellow of the American College of Advanced Psychological Practice, (FACAPP). And a Fellow of the American College of Forensic Examiners International (FACFEI).
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